Whether working in the private or public sector, projects are a critical part of any organization. Projects could be R&D, engineering, marketing campaigns, human resources, new factory or even IT projects. These projects represent a wealth of data that should make any data management professional salivate, but more often than not, project analytics are overlooked.

For decades, R&D, engineering and other areas have embraced a very structured project management approach. This project management approach is more than just putting a plan in Microsoft Projects. It is a structured, metric-based approach.

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